Opposition outfit, People’s Unity Party (PUP) will hold a national demonstration in February 2023 with the aim to stop the 2023 elections. PUP party leader, Herbert Chamuka said he has been in consultation with his support base and some politicians who have agreed
Gospel singer Samantha Mundo is relishing her successes following her debut appearance on Star FM’s Gospel Greats Top 50 songs.
The 17-year-old Pretoria-based Zimbabwean artist had two songs on the country’s premier gospel chart show with ‘Pray On’ featuring Mmatema coming on at 33 whilst ‘Simuka Titambe’ her collaboration with Sabastian Magacha was at number
Zimbabwe will host the West Indies for two Test matches in February next year.
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has confirmed the series will be played at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo.
The first Test is scheduled for 4-8 February, with the second match pencilled in for 12-16 February.
Zimbabwe Cricket has announced the Zimbabwe Under-19 Women’s squad for the first-ever ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup to be held in South Africa from 14 to 29 January 2023.
The side will be captained by all-rounder Kelis Ndhlovu who already boasts international experience at senior
2023 is just around the corner. For many people, a new year usually signifies a new beginning. It can be taking the first steps to achieving your dream or maybe setting health goals such as a healthier diet, losing weight, or starting an exercise routine.
Youth empowerment institution, Ignite Youth Organisation ended the year in style with its third annual awards which were held at an auspicious occasion in the capital earlier this month.
Over 150 outstanding young servant leaders were honoured in 16 different categories, with 35 winners making the
By: Gugulethu Ncube
The Farming Community Educational Trust (FACET). yesterday held a gala meant to raise awareness on ending Gender-based violence, and access to quality and affordable education.
FACET is a community based organisation operating in the Mazowe District with the sole ambition to advocate for
A new gospel music gem Cloris Machuwaire has emerged from the City of Mutare, the eastern highlands city famed for producing greats such as Blessing Shumba, Dorcas Moyo and Agatha Murudzwa among others.
Born and bred in Chipinge, the 28-year-old Machuwaire has hit the gospel music
Self-proclaimed Queen of Swagger, Pokello Nare's ex-husband, Elikem Kumordzie, has revealed that a call from the "top" cancelled his last night's interview on Staf FM radio with DJ Ollah 7.
Speaking in a video clip circulating on social media, Kumordzie expressed disappointment over the development before
By Victor Bhoroma
Policy missteps and inconsistency has turned the Zimbabwean economy on its head against the formal sector, posing a threat to business continuity, domestic resource mobilization and formal employment. In the last 2 months, the government has ceased payments to government contractors and suppliers